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Posted by: on April 22, 2021

Last post: Blog closed

This blog is now closed and will not be updated. If you would like to continue any of these conversations or get more information. Please, contact Dominik.Lukes@ctl.ox.ac.uk if you have any questions.

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Posted by: on January 14, 2021

What should educators know about … Youtube, Podcasts, blogs, OERs, gaming,...

You can now register for seminars in a second run in a new series that looks at various aspects of the digital world that educators should be more familiar with. This series will introduce a number of topics covering recent developments in formal and informal learning opportunities in the digital space. You can learn more […]

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Posted by: on January 11, 2021

Digiknow sessions for Hilary 2021

A new run of the Digiknow series of free, 1-hour lunchtime talks sharing general technology tips and suggestions to make digital learners and teachers more productive. You can find handouts and more details on the Sessions page.   Digiknow: Writing more readable and actionable documents: Formatting and language Do you want people to read your documents […]

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Posted by: on January 8, 2021

How tech works Fridays: New training series on Zoom, Canvas, Office 365 and more

About These sessions are not how-to sessions. They look at the mental models of the designers of various digital tools to help you conceptualise what you can do with them. Each session will try to explore how the tool or tools in question are built up from the ground up. What are the building blocks […]

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Posted by: on December 1, 2020

Advent Calendar of Computer productivity

Happy start of the festive season to everybody. If you’d like to use the Advent period to improve your computer productivity, you may find this Advent Calendar useful. You can return to the Calendar page every day to find a new tip. If you’d like to share the Calendar with others, you can share the […]

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Posted by: on November 3, 2020

Web and Content Accessibility: Workshop for content editors and developers

Mon 7 Dec, 2020 11:30-13:00 Register This workshop will introduce document and website editors as well as developers to the needs of people who require accessibility accommodations. It will cover both web pages and uploaded documents. Participants will experience what it is like for a screen-reader user or a reader with processing disabilities (like dyslexia) to access a website and its contents. Based on […]

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Posted by: on October 21, 2020

Language Corpus: Essential Tool for Research and Teaching – Free Workshop

We designed a new Digiknow workshop aimed at researchers as well as teachers. It is aimed to introduce anybody interested in working with text data or using language data to inform their research. Date: 10 Nov 2020,  12:30 – 14:00 Location: Online – Register Pre workshop materials and quick summary of corpus benefits available (also […]

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Posted by: on October 19, 2020

New seminar series: What should educators know about … Youtube, Podcasts, ...

You can now register for seminars in a new series that looks at various aspects of the digital world that educators should be more familiar with. This series will introduce a number of topics covering recent developments in formal and informal learning opportunities in the digital space. You can learn more about the hidden parts […]

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Posted by: on October 14, 2020

Building Your Writing Muscle: Deliberate Practice and Other Metaphors for Improv...

Writing Hub Virtual Seminar at Oxford Brookes on Wednesday 21 October, 2.00-3.00pm by Dominik Lukeš. Register This seminar will introduce the key concepts behind deliberate practice and let participants work through how they can apply them to their own writing process and their support for others’ writing. Metaphors of writing can make this application easier: […]

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Posted by: on October 14, 2020

Digiknow sessions for Michaelmas 2020

Sessions for Michaelmas 2020 are now available for booking. You can find handouts and more details on the Sessions page.   Digiknow: PowerPoint – New and old features to increase impact and productivity          Tue, 20 Oct 20   12:30 PM – 02:00 PM https://skills.it.ox.ac.uk/whats#/course/DG060W   Digiknow: Creating mind maps, flowcharts and infographics with everyday tools Thu, […]

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